Salma Hayek has always maintained with pride that her mother and grandmother are great feminists concerning who marked all aspects of her life, so it is not surprising that now wants to pay homage to her mother, Diana Jiménez Medina, recalling some beauty tips that taught her during her younger years and now an essential part of her style, praised precisely because of its elegance.
“My mother made me memorize from an early three magic words that have changed my life.’Do not Pass’ That means that the big mistake when dressing is to recharge the most of your appearance, so I prefer to choose dark colors and clothes very sober, stay true to the basics and do not seem too extravagant to be aggressive eyes, “revealed the film star portal style dot com.
However, her uncompromising style guidelines could be completely altered by the presence of her daughter Valentina Paloma (5)-the fruit of marriage between artist and French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault - because the small painting make the most of her nails colorful and encouraging her famous mother to leave aside the seriousness of black to play a bit more with the color palette.
“Valentina keeps pressuring me to apply some color to my life. Has begun now that she chooses her wardrobe, it does make impossible combinations and paint each of her fingernails a different color. I try to leave all the leeway possible in relation to clothing,
Beyond the tensions generated by their different stylistic philosophies, Salma Hayek and her eldest enjoy an unbreakable relationship that, among other things, is based on the educational perspective that Mexico has always wanted to apply your small: the idea that any woman has the right to decide their future without limitations and discrimination still emerge from today’s society.
“The only advice I would give my daughter on this subject has to do with the idea of always stick to her principles and to pursue her dreams without fear. Want my daughter to live in a world that does not segregate people by their race or gender, that values the importance of education and accessible health care for all alike, “recently assured the British edition of Cosmopolitan.